We believe strongly in enhancing the communities which have given us so much. JacksonShaw Foundation focus is to support organizations that are building the next generation of leaders for our community.

Organizations we support include:

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Coat Drive
Give a coat, share the warmth. JacksonShaw donated new or gently worn coats, hats, gloves and clothes to the Austin Street Shelter of Dallas and the Presbyterian Night Shelter of Fort Worth.





Boys & Girls Club Back to School         AC Hotel Downtown Fort Worth is proud to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County “Back2Basics | Whatever it Takes to Build Great Futures” initiative. As Tarrant County schools adjust their 2020-2021 school plans, they too are adjusting the way they serve to ensure the safety and health of our youth, families, and community both virtually and in-person.

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Camp Connect
The Highland Hills Community Center in Fort Worth created a four week program, CAMP CONNECT, for children with parents that did not have the ability to stay home during regular school hours during required virtual learning in September. JacksonShaw was proud to support CAMP CONNECT by supplying scholarships and STEM activity toys.


Pack-a-Backpack Summer Drive  ensured that over 1,500 children started the school year with the supplies they needed to succeed. Benefiting Highland Hills Community in South Fort Worth, Boys and Girls Clubs of America – Dallas
and Tarrant County.


Read Fort Worth, an unprecedented coalition working to ensure that 100 percent of Fort Worth ISD third-graders are reading at grade level by 2025.






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TOPPS Threshold of Opportunities Celebration honoring Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas high school graduates who benefited from the Junior League's Collegiate STEPS program.

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Boys and Girls Club of America’s efforts in Dallas, Fort Worth, Washington D.C. and Scottsdale, helping put young people on the path to great futures.



YouthBuild AmeriCorps Green Homebuilding Service Day, March 17, 2009 on the mall in Washington, D.C.
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YouthBuild AmeriCorps students and graduates from around the country begin construction of a home that will be donated to a family in Texas.

Youth Build efforts in Washington D.C. which mentors young people in construction skills through building affordable housing for homeless and low-income individuals as well as community assets such as schools, playgrounds, and community centers.

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